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Louis Vuitton and Gucci are among the most sought-after names for consumers hunting fake products. Rolex is also dominating web searches in this regard.
Blurring the line between fantasy and reality, fashion is trying very hard to stake a claim in the world of e-sports.
Luxury looks homeward as the pandemic curtails travel. Chinese buyers previously made a lot of their purchases while visiting Europe, they are now making them at home.
LONDON (Reuters) - People care what their avatars are wearing.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): In China's secondhand luxury goods market, Louis Vuitton has become the most popular brand, followed by Gucci and Chanel, according to a ranking released by Hongbulin, a secondhand luxury trading platform.
Celebrity endorsement is a widely used strategy in luxury brand marketing these days, with Asian stars recognised as powerful influencers
The yet-to-be-titled movie will also star award-winning actress Teresa Mo who will play Keung To's mother.
As we see luxury fashion encroaching into streetwear, there is one item that has become increasingly popular among the well-dressed. Sneakers can now be regarded as among the footwear of choice for the affluent.
Long seen as the ultimate feminine piece, the dress could become the emblem of a movement in fashion that is no longer defined by gender – a trend, even a social phenomenon.
BEIJING (AFP): Worried his appearance would detract from opportunities in China's competitive society, Xia Shurong decided to go under the surgeon's knife to reshape his nose -- one of millions of young men in the country turning to cosmetic surgery.